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In this course, instructor Greg Mirles walks us through the process of building a side-scroller level using both 3ds Max and Unreal engine 4. Here he will be covering his workflow for breaking down the concept, building and texturing the meshes, and then using a side-scroller UE4 blueprint to import the meshes and build the base game functionality.
(Students - please look under Section 1 / Lecture 1 downloads for the source files associated with the lesson.)
More about the Instructor:
Gregory Mirles is a Pittsburgh based 3D Environment Artist. He began his career working in the GIS/Simulations industry making 3D models. He worked as an associate environment artist at Schell Games as well as at Carnegie Mellon University on the Alice 3 Gallery. Currently Greg is a 3D Environment Artist at Perihelion Interactive where he is working on The Mandate - a sci-fi RPG with RTS elements, and is in charge of developing the environment art pipeline.
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|Section 1: Introduction to the Series and Building the Geometry|
Breaking Down the ConceptPreview
Modeling the Base and Supports
Modeling the Platform and Vents
Modeling the Lights
Modeling the Cables and Cameras
Texturing the Platform
Creating Additional Textures
|Section 2: Working with Materials and Building the Level|
Building our Level
Introduction to Materials
Building the Materials
Lighting the Level
Bonus Lecture: Further Learning with 3dmotive
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